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Psychodrama and Modern Psychotherapy

2007, No 1
(January - March)

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Contents


Theory and techniques

G. A. Leutz. Psychodrama in Psychiatry - its Imaginary Reality and Auxiliary World
S. N. Ivantchenko. Somatic Therapy for Trauma: Presentation of Method

Sociodrama and Sociometry

- Theory and Techniques
D. Kaye, E. Scheiffele. Confronting the Dynamics of Intolerance: Returning to Moreno's Vision of Psychodrama as a Theatrical Event for Social Change
- Sociodramatical Plays
R. A. Solotowitski. Case with Translator
R. A. Solotowitski. Before and after Training the Personnel
R. A. Solotowitski. Appearance of Business to People

Mythodrama: Theory and techniques

V. V. Zhovtianska. Game and Myth: A Common Sides of Reality
G. B. Bednenko. Technique of "Greek Deities' Constellation": A Jungian Psychodrama Method

Nationals in foreign classics

S. Resnik. Mental Space. Fifth Chapter (Chapters from the Book)

Psychodramatists' literary works

Tatiana Vasilets. Poetry and Songs

Summaries


G. A. Leutz. Psychodrama in Psychiatry - its Imaginary Reality and Auxiliary World

The article is devoted to imaginary reality and the auxiliary world of psychodrama. By means of them the patient can be released from fixation on stages, images and hallucinations and find orientation in reality.

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S. N. Ivantchenko. Somatic Therapy for Trauma: Presentation of Method

Somatic therapy for trauma is a psychotherapy approach to such symptoms and states as anxiety, panic attacks, bereavements, posttraumatic stress reactions (PTSR). This approach is based on the Peter Levine's somatic sensation method, which involves neuroscience, somatic psychology, and body therapy. This approach redefines the notion of "trauma", which is considered here a body reaction to overwhelming stress and the body is seen as a self-regulated system with natural capacity to cure itself. According to the somatic approach, the way for healing is to "complete" traumatic reactions and to release natural resources blocked by stress responses.

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D. Kaye, E. Scheiffele. Confronting the Dynamics of Intolerance: Returning to Moreno's Vision of Psychodrama as a Theatrical Event for Social Change

The Article describes the workshop of Dr. E. Scheiffele, where with the sociodramatic and psychodramatic methods the problem of intolerance to homosexuals has been solved.

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- Sociodramatical Plays.

Descriptions of sociodramatic sessions, which are written as a plays, are placed in this subrubric. Their author is Roman Solotowitski.

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V. V. Zhovtianska. Game and Myth: A Common Sides of Reality

The article is devoted to the psychological mechanisms that form the bases for the phenomena of game and a myth. It is shown that the certain way of embody senses in reality, which directs the person from objective expediency to the value of the self experience, characterizes both of these phenomena. The point of view on the game as a base of consciousness appearance is revealed.
Key words: game, myth, sense, experience.

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G. B. Bednenko.Technique of "Greek Deities' Constellation": A Jungian Psychodrama Method

This article is devoted to the psychodrama method of "deities' constellation". It consists of the symbolical arrangement of role archetypes of ancient Greek gods & goddesses of own gender round "the Self"; showing up their polilogue, assertion the priority of Self-decisions, rearrangements & creation of the new structure. There we present its theoretical basis in post-Jungian archetypal psychology & in the concept of Dialogical Self.

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S. Resnik. Mental Space. Fifth Chapter (Chapters from the Book)

This publication is the fifth chapter from the book "Mental Space" Salomon Resnik, published in Kiev in 2004. Other chapters of this book will be published in the following issues.

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